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Condo Insurance in and around Wayne

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Home Is Where Your Heart Is

Investing in condo ownership is an exciting decision. You need to consider home layout, location and more. But once you find the perfect condominium to call home, you also need fantastic insurance. Finding the right coverage can help your Wayne unit be a sweet place to call home!

Here's why you need condo unitowners insurance

Protect your condo the smart way

Protect Your Home Sweet Home

With this coverage from State Farm, you don't have to be afraid of the unforeseen happening to your most personal possessions. Agent Jason Bush can help lay out all the various options for you to consider, and will assist you in constructing an excellent policy that's right for you.

Wayne condo owners, are you ready to explore what the State Farm brand can do for you? Get in touch with State Farm Agent Jason Bush today.

Have More Questions About Condo Unitowners Insurance?

Call Jason at (973) 832-7400 or visit our FAQ page.

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Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Jason Bush

Jason Bush

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
660 Valley Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized condo quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Jason Bush

Jason Bush

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
660 Valley Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Ways to go green at home

Part of being a good neighbor is taking care of the world around you. We share ways to go green at home and offer low-waste living tips.

Tips for dealing with lead paint

Homes built before 1978 might contain lead-based paint -- one of the most common causes of lead poisoning, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.